Author: Jimmy McIntyre

How To Deal With Moving Objects In Exposure Blending

How To Deal With Moving Objects In Exposure Blending Dealing with moving objects, like leaves/trees/foliage or people, in our images presents a challenge in all forms of exposure blending. With HDR software, moving objects are one of the more common causes of haloing and ghosting. In Digital Blending, we can completely avoid halos and ghosting, […]

Camera Settings – How To Shoot For Exposure Blending with Luminosity Masks

Camera Settings – How To Shoot For Exposure Blending with Luminosity Masks Capturing the scene correctly in-camera is certainly the most important step in any photography workflow – a Digital Blending workflow is no different. No amount of post-processing can save a mood-less, blurry scene. It is important that we understand the incredible machine that […]

Digital Blending Using Apply Image to Create Beautifully Natural Images

Digital Blending Using Apply Image to Create Beautifully Natural Images On Shutter…Evolve I’ve had the pleasure of writing tutorials on 3 different exposure blending methods, The Rapid Blend If Technique, Gradient Masking, and of course, the Daddy of them all, Luminosity Masks. However, another superb way of blending exposures is through using the Apply Image […]

What is the most important thing you’ve learned about photography?

What is the most important thing you’ve learned about photography As students of the photographic arts, we are on a wonderful journey of learning. The more we learn, the greater our ability to express ourselves artistically. From learning to use equipment, or pushing our knowledge of post-processing software, or coming to terms with marketing ourselves, […]

10 Tips For Effective Seascape Photography

10 Tips For Effective Seascape Photography Being able to capture seascapes with powerful tides, interesting rock formations and dramatic light, is one of the most rewarding experiences for any landscape/seascape photographer. Just being around the water, before sunrise, with no one around, is a calming feeling. But to come away with a beautiful seascape image […]

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